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Kate Douglas Wiggin (1856–1923)

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Pioneer in the development of kindergartens in the United States, as well as the training of kindergarten teachers.

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 1978 Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (TV Series) (novel - 4 episodes)
- Episode #1.4 (1978) ... (novel)
- Episode #1.3 (1978) ... (novel)
- Episode #1.2 (1978) ... (novel)
- Episode #1.1 (1978) ... (novel)
 1963 Summer Magic (book)
 1938 Mother Carey's Chickens (novel) / (play)
 1938 Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (suggested by a story by)
 1936 Timothy's Quest (novel)
 1932 Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (play and novel)
 1922 Timothy's Quest (novel)
 1919 Rose o' the River (novel)
 1917 Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (novel - play)
 1917 A Bit o' Heaven (story "The Birds' Christmas Carol")
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Stage: Wrote (with Charlotte Thompson) "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Theatre Republic: 3 Oct 1910-Apr 1911 (closing date unknown/216 performances). Cast: Edith Taliaferro (as "Rebecca"), Archie Boyd, Etta Bryan, Kathryn Bryan, Samuel Coit, Marie L. Day, Ada Deaves, Viola Fortescue, Lorraine Frost, Eliza ... See more »
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[on adapting "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" for the stage] I discovered at once that playwrights are of no importance whatsoever when it comes to rehearsals. They are merely necessary evils. Why, they cut out--very courteously, I confess--my most cherished scene of pathos, and clamored for "fourteen laughs" in its place.

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Pioneer in the development of kindergartens in the United States, as well as the training of kindergarten teachers.

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